No matter how attentive parents are, kids can always get into all kinds of mischief. It’s not necessarily because the parents are negligent but hey, kids should not be blamed either.
We really have to face the fact that there are moments when children’s curiosity gets the better of them. Case in point, some kids have found themselves locked in a car trunk.
Kids need to be taught this skill.
While playing hide-and-seek, for instance, kids are excited to get to what they think is the best hiding place. Children just have no fear when they’re caught in a playful mood. Among the kids’ favorite hiding places are closets and any other space that they feel would conceal them for long periods of time.
Once the trunk pops open, the kid just has to push up with all their might.
As closets have become a “cliche hiding spot,” kids have gotten more creative. Of course, we could rejoice over kids’ ingenious hiding options but there are times when they endanger themselves. That’s definitely the case when they choose to hide inside the trunk of the car and end up getting accidentally locked inside.
With that scenario in mind, the parents of a little girl named Elizabeth Christensen took it upon themselves to teach her a potentially life-saving skill. They taught her how to get out of a car trunk in case she accidentally gets locked inside.
In this instructional video, it’s Elizabeth herself who demonstrates how to get out of the locked car trunk.
Kids should definitely watch this:
Elizabeth’s parents made a wise decision to teach her this skill. They also get plus points for letting her do the demo. This way, kids can really see that they can do it, too.
One of the people who saw the video said that the skill also comes in handy in case the kid gets kidnapped. Although nobody wants to think of that scary scenario, there is some comfort in knowing that a kid may be able to do something under the said circumstances.
Facebook Privacy Hoax Claims All Photos And Posts Will Be Public if You Don’t Repost
Many Facebook users still fall for the Facebook hoax that claims all their information will be made public unless they post a specific status message.
As more and more hoaxes are hatched on the Internet, people have repeatedly been warned, "Think before you click" or "Think before you share." However, many Facebook users still seem to be susceptible to any Facebook hoax. False news and alarmist announcements spread like wildfire on social media.
If you're an avid Facebook user, you may have noticed that, once again, there are several people who have been posting status messages that reads: "Facebook is now a public entity. All members must post a note like this. If you do not publish a statement at least once, it will be tacitly understood that you are allowing the use of your photos, as well as the information contained in your profile status updates. I hereby state that I do not give my permission. If you prefer, you can copy and paste."
Why do people believe this right away?
Police Officer Gets Emotional Over Black Teen’s Reaction To His Presence
Police officer Tim McMillan was taken aback when he saw that the black teen whom he pulled over for texting while driving seemed to be terrified of him.
One of the flashpoints in racial relations in the US involves the members of the African-American community and law enforcement officers. New Hampshire police officer Tim McMillan, who is white, has experienced this tension firsthand — and it broke his heart.
New Hampshire police officer Tim McMillan's Facebook post touched a lot of people.
Over the years, there have been many reports of racially-charged encounters between African-Americans and cops. The root of the tension is complicated. Many police officers usually assume that African-Americans are breaking the law....
Nurse Accidentally Cuts Off Baby’s Toes and Doesn’t Say Anything About It!
The incident was not immediately reported by the nurse and was discovered by the baby’s father four hours later.
A nurse in the Philippines is now facing charges after she made a horrible mistake.
Riza Dominisac, 30, is a nurse working in the southernmost part of the Philippines — specifically, Pagadian City, Zamboanga de Sur in Mindanao. She did something that could be considered every parent's worst nightmare. She accidentally cut off a baby's toes.